Connecting Leeds is our ambition to improve travel in Leeds for people who live, work in and visit the city.
About the project
The East Leeds Orbital Route (ELOR) is a key part of the East Leeds Extension, to create a major strategic growth area for the city.
The first phase of ELOR will improve a number of existing Outer Ring Road junctions and help develop the design for the main ELOR. Leeds City Council are working with construction partner Balfour Beatty to progress the first two phases.
Starting in the summer of 2018, following extensive public engagement, the junction works are planned until late 2019. Subject to statutory approval and land purchase, the main ELOR construction will commence late 2019.
In June the ELOR Project Team held a series of Community Engagement Events at various locations in Leeds. The aim of the events were to show the progress of the new East Leeds Orbital Route (ELOR to the Community. This gave the Public the opportunity to meet project...
Following numerous queries raised in the previous three year period regarding the speed of traffic on Park Lane, a scheme has been developed on Park Lane, Roundhay to try and reduce the mean speed of traffic. The design reflects the busy road environment on Park Lane,...
A6120 East and West bound the construction of the new footpath/cycleway has continued with the surface water drainage now complete. Working with Leeds Parks and Countryside the underground tree architecture has been installed ready for tree planting later in the year....
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The East Leeds Orbital Route is the biggest infrastructure project undertaken by Leeds City Council for fifty years, since the completion of the Leeds Inner Ring Road.
We have listened carefully to the voices of local communities and stakeholders to make sure the plans for ELOR reflect the needs and aspirations of those who will be impacted by the development.
It will ease congestion in existing residential areas across Cross Gates, Seacroft, Whitkirk and also play a key role in the growth plans for the city for years to come.
Councillor Richard Lewis, Leeds City Council executive member for Regeneration, Transport and Planning